We are here to help you understand all the changes you are dealing with – there are lots of ways we can support you, your family, community or workplace.
Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Parenting Separately Program
A culturally adapted version of the Parenting Separately Program for Aboriginal communities.
Aboriginal Cultural Connections
Culturally sensitive support for Aboriginal individuals and communities in Northern Tasmania including Flinders and Cape Barren Islands.
Bringing Up Great Kids
Parenting is one of the most important jobs we will ever have. This workshop provides parents with some tips and tools on parental responses that encourage helpful family relationships.
Child Inclusive Mediation
Child Inclusive Mediation provides a safe way of communicating your child’s feelings to assist in decision-making after changes to the family situation.
Children’s Contact Service
The Children's Contact Service makes it possible for contact arrangements to take place with a minimum of stress both for children and their parents.
Counselling is suitable for anyone looking to strengthen relationships, overcome trauma, improve self-confidence and establish positive habits.
Counselling After Separation
Counselling for people who have separated and are seeking support with challenges or adjustment after separation.
Counselling and Support for People Affected by the Disability Royal Commission
Specialist counselling service for individuals with disability, their family, friends, carers and support workers who are affected by the Disability Royal Commission.
Elder Relationship Service
Counselling support for families who need help negotiating complex issues related to ageing.
Employee Assistance Program
A specialist service to help Tasmanian business and community organisations address the personal support and professional development needs of management and staff.
Family Advocacy and Support Service
The Family Advocacy and Support Service recognises that people coming to the Family Law Courts have more than legal needs. 1800 431 157 Who is this service for? The Family Advocacy and Support Service is a free service providing assistance to families with family [...]
Family Dispute Resolution
Family Dispute resolution (FDR), often referred to as Mediation, can assist with negotiating matters relating to children, property (Property Settlement Mediation) and workplace issues.
Family Law Pathways
Family Law Pathways Networks is a networking program for professionals working with families who are separating, or have separated.
Family Relationship Centre
Family Relationship Centres provide information and referrals for families at any stage of their relationships, as well as individual and joint Family Dispute Resolution sessions for separating or separated families
Find & Connect
The Find & Connect support service aims to improve the lives of Forgotten Australians and Former Child Migrants.
Forced Adoption Support Service
This program provides specialist support to any person who has been impacted by forced adoption practices.
Men Engaging New Strategies Program
A men’s behaviour change program for low to medium risk family violence perpetrators.
Parenting Separately (POP)
Parenting Separately aims to identify and develop useful strategies to deal with difficult situations, and help each parent communicate more effectively with the other.
Reaching a property settlement after separation can bring relief and independence. Mediation can help you resolve settlement together.
Redress Support Service
Support for people engaging with the National Redress Scheme. This scheme was established for people who have experienced institutional child sexual abuse.
SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY
SPEAK UP! Stay ChatTY works to promote positive mental health and prevent suicide by normalising conversations about mental health and encouraging people to seek help when they need it.
The Tasmanian Suicide Prevention Network is a growing network that meets around the state every six weeks and is auspiced by RA Tas.
Supporting Children After Separation
A specialist counselling and support service for children and adolescents aged 5-18 years of age from separated or separating families.
Women’s Support Service
A free program to help women gain confidence and develop employment and life skills. Make an appointment Who is this service for? Women’s Support Service is designed to support women who have barriers to employment and community participation due to varied reasons. [...]